Thursday, June 10, 2010

Thursday items.

At the Huffington Post, Nathan Lewis explains the coming Keynesian catastrophe.

Fed Chairman Bernanke is puzzled by gold’s rise.

In The WSJ, Alan Reynolds suggests a double dip recession is unlikely.

Earlier this week, Art Laffer discussed tax policy on Kudlow.

From 2008, Dan Mitchell explained the Laffer Curve, here and here.

John Tamny thinks capitalism and wealth are good for the environment.

Larry Kudlow has high hopes for Carly Fiorina.

The NYT editorializes against austerity in favor of Keynesian spending.

Paul Krugman also opposes austerity.

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